What Complementary Therapy Do I Choose?
If you are thinking about trying a complementary therapy and are unsure which would be best for you, it is always wise to try one session and see. Each person is different and their bodies react differently to treatments than others.
So, why Reflexology?
One of the main reasons clients love reflexology, is because it is non-invasive. You don’t need to take many clothes off, and you get to relax however you feel comfortable. Reflexology treats the person as a whole and takes into consideration the reasons why people have a certain ailment, instead of just treating those particular symptoms.
Reflexology is a very relaxing and effective treatment for a wide range of ailments. Whether you are suffering from Arthritis, Anxiety and Stress, Cancer, Oedema, Insomnia, Pregnancy related symptoms, Skin disorders, Digestive disorders, Fertility problems, Depression or many other illnesses. Reflexology is a fantastic complementary therapy that can really help.
Reflexology is a natural way to balance the body and get rid of any toxins within the body. Reflexology boosts the immune system by encouraging the body’s self-healing process which in turn helps it to ward off infection. Reflexology treatments improve circulation by prompting blood flow to the extremities. Reflexology allows you to truly switch off and relax which can help reduce stress levels and aims to relive tension throughout the entire body. Working on an emotional level as well as a physical level, reflexology gives you the time and space to de-stress and quiets any racing thoughts. The relaxing qualities make it ideal for those who struggle to sleep. Reflexology can increase your energy levels and can leave you feeling refreshed and revitalised. Feeling similar to a massage and usually done in a calming surroundings, many people try reflexology purely for its relaxation benefits.
Here is an article that was published in the FHT magazine that I thought might help you decide whether Reflexology is the right therapy for you;
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Many thanks for reading.